If I'm going to have an affair, I'm going to have an affair, whether it's in the papers or not, whoopee.
Cook had a big wooden tray and she'd come out and say 'whoopee!'
whoopee ti yi, git along, little dogies;For you know Wyoming will be your new home.
Hall looked up at the cabs, ignoring the whoopee Kids' baritone.
Of course, old Nat didn't care a whoopee about getting the list perfect, and my boy may be right on that dun cow.
whoopee, didn't I tell you that Santa Claus would come all right!
whoopee ti yi, git along, little dogies;It's my misfortune and none of your own.
A wild shout from Dot Crowley, followed by a chorus of "whoopee!"
Does your stenographer want to leave promptly at five so she can get ready for an evening of whoopee?
This is no Texas feet shampetter,' says I, 'where you eat chili-concarne-con-huevos and then holler "whoopee!"
An exclamation of joy and approval; hurrah (1862+)
Exuberant merriment; wild celebration; whoop-de-do: ''Whoopee'' seems to have entered New York with the accent on the first syllable (1928+)
[based on whoop, which is found fr late 1300s; popularized and perhaps coined by the colmnist Walter Winchell]